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Credentialling Webinars

The information presented in the credentialling webinars below is accurate as of the date of the presentation and is subject to change.  For any questions, please contact


How to Navigate the Credentialling Process during COVID-19: For Internationally-Educated Physiotherapists — June 29, 2020

In this presentation, we address common concerns regarding document submission, Supervised Clinical Practice Hours, the Knowledge of Physiotherapy Practice in Canada requirements, language proficiency requirements and extension requests in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Everything You Need to Know About the Canadian Healthcare System and Language Proficiency Requirements — December 5, 2019

This webinar provides information about the Knowledge of Physiotherapy Practice within the Canadian Healthcare System and language requirements. The entire webinar is approximately 41 minutes. The topics covered include:

  • Options on how you can meet these requirements
  • Common issues and misconceptions
  • How these two requirements can affect your exam eligibility

Completing and Submitting a Credentialling Application — March 21, 2019

This webinar focuses on the different types of documentation that must be included in a credentialling application package, with an in-depth look at the credentialling forms.

Credentialling Process Guide -March 29, 2018

Our webinar focuses on the entire credentialling process using our brand new Credentialling Process Guide Prezi. The entire webinar is approximately 36 minutes. The topics covered include:
• Detailed information on the five credentialling standards you need to meet as an internationally-educated physiotherapist
• What documents you and your institution(s) are required to submit
• The difference between a precedent and non- precedent assessment and current processing timelines
• The possible outcomes of the assessment of your physiotherapy education